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Wonderful Day (Item Id# 1105)

Hello All,

Thanks for all your lovely comments and its great to see you following my blog. I am still a novice at card making and it gives me great joy to know that you all like my cards and are looking forward to more of them.

I am just discovering the world of "CHALLENGES" in the blogland and in the process I am sort of getting hooked to it :)
Here is another card which I will combine for a number of challenges. I am so excited to be using a digi stamp on this one. Stamping is usually not my cup of tea or to be honest I am not really good with stamping :) But offlate I have been hearing a lot about digi stamps and wanted to try it. This cute one that I have used is a freebie(I didn't want to invest in it till I become comfortable with it :)) ). But I really enjoyed making this card because I tried a lot of things for the first time - digi stamp, round sentiment, my new set of pearl colors and stitching (Can you imagine I had not done any of these things before ??).



This is going for the following challenges:

Challenge up your life (Sketch, green & yellow, spring)
Stamp Something - A touch of Spring
Sophisticat Challenge - Stitching
My Time To Craft - Green + one
pile it on - flowers
practical scrappers - flowers
Paper cutz - Get well soon
Inky Impressions - Think Spring
A Spoon full of sugar - Spring
Totally Gorjuss - Flower Power

Hope you liked it!! Thanks for visiting!!

Comments

  1. Lovely card fab stitching and i love the silk roses. Thanks for joining the Sophisticats Challenge this week. luv gina xx

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  2. Aww this is lovely, glad you're enjoying challenges - they're great fun!

    Thanks so much for joining us at Sophisticats this week

    Jan xx

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  3. I'm impressed with your stitching Ujjwal.
    Thanks so much for taking part in our challenge at MTTC with this lovely card!
    Chrissie

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  4. Lovely card. The flowers gives it a nice touch of spring. Thank you for joining us at Stamp Something this week.
    Dorte aka dot-scrap

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  5. Lovely card, great image and colours, thank you for joining us at Sophisticats this week. Hugs Avril xxxx

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  6. sooooooo cute! your card looks perfect :) thanks for stopping by my blog

    hugs
    <a href="http://creation-faeries.blogspot.com>Laura</a>

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  7. hey... that a brilliant card... ur stitches are very neat... loved it... the flowers are giving a nice fresh look....
    thank for visting my blog... :)

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  8. You did a great card - thanks für joining us at CUYL.

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  9. Awww...this is cute! Love the colours too! :)

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  10. wow!!.. luv the card.. the image is just too cute!! :D

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  11. dats so cute Ujjwal... love the image & the colouring... love the background too:) super cute...

    Hugs
    Shalini

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  12. AWWW this is wonderful, waht a cute cute image and fabby colors and coloring!!!! Thanks so much for joining us at Inky Impressions!

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  13. What a pretty spring creation!! So cheerful! Great coloring and design!! Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions this week!

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  14. Hi! Lovely project. Thanks for joining us at Stamp Something this week.
    Hugs, Tanja

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  15. What a fun card! I love that great digi and perhaps one day I'll use it! Thanks for playing along with Inky Impressions have a inky dinky day! Beth

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